Top Albums of 2009: Our Staff’s Individual Lists

by Gordon Elgart on December 28, 2009

From Raffi Yousouffian:

Why do humans only write end of the year favorites list? The time for animal oppression is over! The Top 8 Albums of 2009 in the Animal Kingdom!

1. Animal Collective – Merriweather Post Pavillion
2. His Orchestra – Field Guide To The Wilds
3. Grizzly Bear –Veckatimest
4. The Bird and the Bee – Rayguns Are Not Just The Future
5. Noah and The Whale – The First Days of Spring
6. Regina Spektor – Far
7. Phoenix – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
8. Norah Jones – The Fall

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Click on page 4 to see Marie’s list!

Gordon Elgart

A music nerd who probably uses that term too much. I have a deep love for bombastic, quirky and dynamic music.

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{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

Kara December 28, 2009 at 12:26 pm

You don’t need to publish this comment. Just thought you’d like to know that you’re missing a period on the last sentence after “all” for the first album review on page 1, God Help The Girl.


Gordon Elgart December 28, 2009 at 12:28 pm

Like I actually spent any time editing this post? It was more like compile, tag, tag, link, link, publish!

(I added the period, though.)


Hooky December 31, 2009 at 7:41 am

I had a chance to listen to this cd and it is very good. If you like great guitar playing, synths and great melodies you will love this. There is not one bad song on this album, from start to finish this cd rocks, with great New Order style moments in it. Bernard Sumner is a musical genius who has worked with New Order, Electronic and Joy division. If you like this cd Please give New order and Electronic a listen and you will love it, also listen to the first Album By a band called MONACO called Music for Pleasure which is also very good (New Order side project). It is very sad that New Order broke up, let’s hope they patch up their differences and make another album. Give the Bad Lieutenant a chance and you will love it.


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